Chapter 11. Configuring VLANs in the web console
VLANs (Virtual LANs) are virtual networks created on a single physical Ethernet interface. Each VLAN is defined by an ID which represents a unique positive integer and works as a standalone interface.
Learn how to create VLANs in the RHEL web console.
The RHEL 8 web console installed and enabled.
For details, see Installing the web console.
- Having a network interface in your system.
Log in to the RHEL web console.
For details, see Logging in to the web console.
- Open Networking.
Click Add VLAN button.
- In the VLAN Settings dialog box, select the physical interface for which you want to create a VLAN.
- Enter the VLAN Id or just use the predefined number.
In the Name field, you can see a predefined name consisted of the parent interface and VLAN Id. If it is not necessary, leave the name as it is.
- Click Apply.
The new VLAN has been created and you need to click at the VLAN and configure the network settings.